In the wake of the acquisition of Nortel by Avaya, companies that previously bought products from both companies are now instead looking to Alcatel-Lucent as a second source of products, according to Tom Burns, president, enterprise and strategic industries at Alcatel-Lucent. But Avaya executives understandably disagreed.
Huawei says it has completed interoperability testing of its GSM-R railway mobile communications infrastructure - which it is providing to NSW RailCorp - with GSM-R terminal equipment from Frequentis and Funkwerk that will be used by RailCorp.
1 GB of data per day? Sorry Optus but that doesn't come close to my needs.I would still require WiFi[…]
Spot on, Sam. And don't forget Malcolm Turnbull was Comms. Minister when he insisted the FttN build. Ass end of[…]
At least the Liberals are only a decade behind Labor on communications infrastructure. Much better than their 50+ years behind[…]
Yes, it's an admission that they failed but not a full solution. More pressure will be required.
Laurie, unfortunately from my interpretation of the article it only looks like fibre is going to be rolled out on[…]